Welcome to Atlanta! In this Brave and Beautiful city, enjoy world-class attractions, heart-racing sports, stunning theatre performances and more.  With so much to offer, Atlanta will entertain with endless adventures and activities.  From trendy Buckhead through artsy Midtown to the convention and entertainment district Downtown, simply step off Peachtree Street’s sidewalks to visit the must-sees.

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50 Fun Things to do in Atlanta



Georgia Aquarium


Georgia Aquarium is an entertaining, intriguing and educational experience for guests of all ages. While promoting a fun and enjoyable learning experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests a new appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity. (Description provided by the Georgia Aquarium.)

Zoo Atlanta

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This extraordinary zoo, one of the oldest in the U.S., underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in the 1980s and is still expanding. Its landscaping replicates the natural habitats of the numerous animals, some of which are endangered species. Two panda bears from China delight the crowds, and groups of gorillas separated by moats do their own share of entertaining. (Description provided by TripAdvisor.com)

World of Coca-Cola

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For over 125 years, we've been putting our secret formula into every Coca-Cola. Now we've put it all in one amazing place. Experience the fascinating stories of the world's best-known beverage brand at the dynamic, interactive home of happiness - the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia! Now you can be closer than ever before to the vault that secures the secret formula for Coca-Cola, view more than 1,200 never-before-displayed artifacts, get an inside look at the bottling process, take a trip around the world in a thrilling 4-D movie experience, tempt your taste buds with more than 100 flavors from around the globe and take home a commemorative glass bottle of Coca-Cola and so much more! (Description provided by World of Coca-Cola)

Centennial Olympic Park

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Built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, this public park offers weekly free concerts, a dancing water fountain for the kids and a memorial quilt in remembrance of the victims of the 1996 Olympic bombing. (Description provided by Centennial Olympic Park.)

Six Flags over Georgia

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Just outside Atlanta, this popular Six Flags is full of rides, shows and plenty of amusement for all ages. (Description provided by TripAdvisor.com)

Atlanta Botanical Gardens

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Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where new additions like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast. (Description provided by Atlanta Botanical Garden.)

High Museum of Art

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The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA is one of the nation's leading art museums in the southeast. Founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association, the High Museum of Art was first housed in the family residence of Mrs. Joseph M. High along Peachtree Street. Today, the Atlanta High Museum in Atlanta is comprised of two separate buildings and features the majority of its pieces in the midtown building designed by Richard Meir and its folk art and photography in the Georgia-Pacific Center. The High Museum prides itself on its well-versed collection of 11,000 pieces comprised of American art, European art, African art, decorative art, folk art, photography and more contemporary works. (Description provided by High Museum of Art.)


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